Table of Contents:
  • The Jews of the Tarnow ghetto
  • Anthropology in Germany before the Second World War: The Kaiser Wilhelm Institute
  • The rise of Hitler his embrace of anthropology
  • The discovery in the Smithsonian
  • Population selection and relocation in the midst of war
  • Anthropology and medicine in the Third Reich
  • The end of the war and the aftermath
  • Race and racism
  • Professional denial, civic denial and a responsible anthropology

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